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Mar 17, 2020 - Day 3 of this adventure

I must have slept well, did not wake till around 0900. I offered an extensive breakfast menu, omelette, eggs anyway on toast, cereal, toast….. But toast was chosen, mind you running on solar it was handcrafted toast done the old fashioned way. That out of the way we drove out toward Hicks Point but could only get through to Tamboon. Now that is a sleepy little place let me tell you, maybe 30 weekenders and absolutely off the grid living. Very peaceful though. The road in deserves a special mention, its basically a goat track and I'm pleased...

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Mar 16, 2020 - Wonderful Cann River

Here we are at Cann River, haven't ever stopped here before and I must say the Free Camp is exceptional and very busy. Everything except 240AC power is available. We have 35 TV channels though the picture is a tad shaky at times… So the test will be will we have enough solar power to charge everything up tomorrow, I think we will have oodles of juice. A really nice drive but wow the fire damage is astounding, looks like most of the Bondi State Forest has gone but it is now regenerating. Alas the Pine plantations look the worst for wear and...

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Apr 28, 2016 - Day 12

Day 12 Left Cape Paterson at 8.30 am and wandered past Morwell and this area is very smoky. Morwell is where the bush-fire set alight the coal mine which burnt for many weeks before they decided to put it out. As we came into the Latrobe valley we could smell the coal fired power stations. No wonder the residents where feeling ill after the fire, took photos of the old machinery. Into Traralgon, to Sale and down to Bairnsdale. Next was Lakes Entrance this is a lovely town right on the water. Crossed the Snowy River inlet bridge., stopped at...

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RUSSANDY 2016

Dec 21, 2005 - Lakes Entrance

Next day we had an early start to accompany Pam on a work related trip for a couple of days to a place called Lakes Entrance on the Eastern side of Victoria, close to the New South Wales border. We made various stops on our trip out to Lakes Entrance, which we took advantage of by having a nosey around and filling our faces in cafes while Pam went off and did her thing in the Safeway's of the towns. Arrived at Lakes Entrance late in the afternoon only to find it raining! Pam thinks we are cursed and we are starting to agree! Despite the...

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